Dr. Michael Rafii, our clinical director, is launching a Down Syndrome Biomarker Initiative to help shed light on Alzheimer's Disease prevention in people with Down syndrome, and ultimately to help the general population as well. Read more.
Our colleague Ahmad Salehi's research on neurons in the hippocampus of people with Down syndrome may lead to new therapies. Read more.
Biologists use flies and mice to study the genes responsible for heart defects in people with Down syndrome. Read more.
Two of our researchers, Pavel Belichenko and Alexander Kleschevnikov, wrote a chapter: Deficiency of Adult Neurogenesis in the Ts65Dn Mouse Model of Down Syndrome for a new book: Genetics and Etiology of Down Syndrome.
Scientists at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston have demonstrated a potential link between cancerous cell growth and the cognitive deficits caused by Down syndrome. Read more.
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